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Education

University Education in India - Ishwar Dayal

Author

Ishwar Dayal

Cover Price : Rs 495.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 9788180522725
YOP : 2009

Binding : Hardback
Total Pages : 160
CD : No

About the Book :- This extremely thought - provoking document is targeted at people who can influence the education policy in India namely, managements of institutions, universities, boards, political committees etc., that shape the curriculum. It is in the nature of a policy document to improve professional education in our country. Contents :- Preface 1. A Concept of a University 2. Higher Education—Through the Ages 3. University and Society 4. Creativity as Institutional Culture- Professional Education Focus on Management Education 5. The Management Education Scenario in India 6. A Perspective of Professional Education 7. Impact of Wider Culture on Organisational Effectiveness 8. University and Industry Link for Manpower Development Authors Index. About the Author :- Professor Ishwar Dayal is currently Chairman, Academic Committee, at the Indus World School of Business, Greater Noida. He was the Founder Director of the Indian Institute of Management Lucknow. Prior to that he has held several academic positions including being the Director, Indian Institute of Public Administration, New Delhi, and Senior Professor at the IIMs at Ahmedabad and Kolkata. He came to teaching after serving for around fifteen years in various senior positions in the industry. Professor Dayal has served as Leader of UNDP/ILO Project on Management Development in Nigeria. He was also the Chairman of an 18-member Committee appointed in the year 2000 by the Ministry of Human Resource Development to recommend on Future Policy Perspectives for Management Education. Prof. Dayal has been a consultant to many large organizations such as Power Finance Corporation, Life Insurance Corporation, Indian Oil Corporation, Indo-Burma Petroleum, Air India, NTPC, Mafatlal Industries, DCM, Voltas, Bank of Baroda, State Bank of India and others. He has published 30 books and monographs and over 280 papers in journals and periodicals in India and abroad.

Empowering Disabled Students Through E-Learning - Kawal Gill, Rekha Sharma and Renu Gupta

Author

Kawal Gill
Rekha Sharma
Renu Gupta

Cover Price : Rs 495.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 9789385462788
YOP : 2017

Binding : Paperback
Total Pages : 95
CD : No

About the Book The book addresses the issues and challenges faced by disabled students, especially visually impaired at higher education through e-learning. No doubt e-learning has become a blessing for visually impaired students but still it is plagued with simple issues of availability of books and reading material in all formats, navigation of e-text, description of pictures and images, good screen readers for Hindi and other regional languages, lack of knowledge or proper training, affordability of original software etc. To overcome the above mentioned challenges it is recommended to provide proper training to disabled students at all levels of education; strictly adhering to international norms while designing websites or e-learning systems; creation of a 24 hours helpline to address their queries and improvement in technology etc. Further it is suggested that E Pub is the most user friendly format which overcomes the problem of navigation. However, it is not very popular with persons of disability. Contents 1. Introduction 2. Review of Literature 3. Database and Research Methodology 4. Findings and Discussion 5. EPUB-An Innovative Solution 6. Summary and Conclusion, References, Annexure-1 Questionnaire for Students, Annexure-Il Questionnaire for Teachers, Annexure-Ill Questionnaire for Programme Developers About the Authors Dr. Kawal Gill is an Associate Professor, Department of Commerce at Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce, University of Delhi. With over 27 years of teaching experience, She has presented and published number of research papers in national and international level. She was the PI of the innovation project titled "Empowering Differently-Abled Students through E-learning at Higher Education" awarded by University of Delhi 2015-16. Dr. Rekha Sharma is an Associate Professor, Department of Economics at Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce, University of Delhi. With over 25 years of teaching experience, she has presented and published number of research papers at national and international level. She was the CI of the innovation project titled "Empowering Differently-Abled Students through E-learning at Higher Education" awarded by University of Delhi 2015-16. Dr. Renu Gupta is an Assistant Professor in Department of Commerce at Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce, University of Delhi. With more than 12 years of teaching experience. She has authored 5 books and has presented and published number of research papers in national and international conferences. She was the CI of the innovation project titled "Empowering Differently-Abled Students through E-learning at Higher Education" awarded by University of Delhi 2015-16.

Inclusive Education - Madhu Singh

Author

Madhu Singh

Cover Price : Rs 395.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 9789385462153
YOP : 2016

Binding : Paperback
Size : 7.25 inx 9.5 in
Total Pages : 296
CD : No

About the Book: This book is an attempt to provide information about the causes, characteristics, classification, the methods of identifying these children & techniques of educating them with full illustrations. It provides information about exceptional children, such as hearing, speech, intellectual and visually impaired as well as multiple and orthopedically handicapped, emotionally disturbed, gifted and learning disabled children. Further, the book brings in lime light the general & specific educational provisions related to each handicap with special reference to placement services with proper identification and assessment of these children. This book also provides information about the different aspects of Inclusive Education including, meaning, needs, objectives and principles. The book also provides comprehensive information about the dynamics, etiology & identification of intellectually disabled children. The genetic, neurological, endocrinal and environmental factors causing intellectual impairment or mental retardation & their illustrations have been discussed at length. The educational provisions for them have also been dealt with full illustrations and examples as per their category. The meaning of backward children, causes and their characteristics and educational provisions have also been discussed. The role & function of Rehabilitation Council of India, the RCI Act (1993) followed with PWD Act (Person with Disability Acts 1995) along with the provisions covered under this act for disabled have also been included. Contents: 1. Exceptional Children - Meaning & Types 2. Concept Of Special Education, Objectives Needs & History 3. Educational Provisions For Exceptional Children 4. Placement Services For Special Children 5. Inclusive Education- Meaning, Need And Importance 6. Inclusive Education Programmes 7. Barriers To Inclusion 8. Dimensions For Successful Inclusion 9. Preparing Students For Inclusion 10. Meaning & Classification Of Intellectually Disabled Children 11. Etiology And Identification Of Intellectually Disabled Children 12. Educational Provisions For Intellectually Disabled Children 13.Backward Children-nature, concept, Characteristics And Educational Provisions. 14. Role Of Rehabilitation Council Of India And Pwd (persons With Disability Act, 1955) 15. Role And Responsibility Of Parents, Peer & Community 16. Role & Responsibility Of Teachers, Administration & Policy Makers About the Author: Madhu Singh is Ph.D (1979) on comparative study of the “Mental make up” i.e. intelligence, personality traits, values, adjustment and self concept of normal children with hearing, visually and orthopedically handicapped children in the state of Haryana. She is of the opinion that success of the children with special needs could be attributed to unique efforts and the approach of teachers. She started her carrier as a teacher educator in one of the renowned teacher training institution in Kashmir and for the past 25 years, she is working as Principal in a reputed training institution of Jammu affiliated to University of Jammu. She is a frequent presenter on a variety of aspects of special education, inclusive education, and exceptional children. She has presented more than thirty papers on various issues related to innovative strategies and techniques of teaching and learning and as a mentor she has been mentoring future teachers for more than 30 years. During her tenure as Principal she has been doing research and experimentation on various issues related to educational planning, teaching strategies, learning aspects, teacher training techniques, advanced methods of curriculum transaction and evaluation procedures.


   

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